Terms agreed for Pacquiao v Bradley

TVAdmin | 07.02.12 03:30

As previously reported here, terms have been agreed for Manny Pacquiao to fight Timothy Bradley on June 9th. The official announcement of the fight in Las Vegas is expected in the next few days. The fight will be at welterweight with Bradley stepping up to 147lbs ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Carl Frampton is to make the second defence of his Commonwealth Super Bantamweight title on the undercard of the Kell Brook v Matthew Hatton fight in Sheffield on March 17t...

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Chavez Junior charged with drink driving

TVAdmin | 07.02.12 03:12

During the build up to his recent successful world title defence against Marco Antonio Rubero, Julio Cesar Chavez Junior was arrested for alleged drink driving on January 22nd.. He will apear in court on March 16th to answer the charge

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Ricky is happy with Lyon's progress

TVAdmin | 07.02.12 02:39

Craig Lyon was praised by his trainer & promoter Ricky Hatton after coming through a tough test against Yuri Voronin at Bolton on Friday night. The St Helens fighter won every round but showed plenty of the scars of battle as he finished the fight with two nasty cuts to his eyes.  But despite the blood, Lyon, the reigning English Bantamweight Champion, showed plenty of potential for bigger fights in the future.

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Farrell ready for his first title challenge

TVAdmin | 07.02.12 02:30

Kieran Farrell will challenge for his first professional title when he meets Jon Baguley at Bury's Castle Leisure Centre on Friday March 2. The card is the latest in Hatton TV's Friday fight night series that is broadcast live on You Tube and draws tens of thousands of fans from around the globe. Heywood's Farrell, 21, has romped to victory in all 11 professional fights and lost just ONE round during the three-year period. But the Bobby Rimmer trained and Paul Speak managed s...


Ali Adams gearing his mind up for Audley

Andrew Wake | 06.02.12 11:27

Ali Adams has enlisted the services of a hypnotist ahead of his heavyweight clash with 2000 Olympic gold medallist Audley Harrison. The pair meet on April 14 in Brentwood, Essex with the International Masters strap on the line. And Adams is gearing his mind as well as his physique in the hope that he can be that finally rids the sport of its pantomime villain. "My promoter Steve Goodwin recommended this guru who has helped many jockeys and other sportsmen that Steve has dealt...

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Cleverly tips Selby for the top

Andrew Wake | 06.02.12 05:30

Wales' only world champion boxer Nathan Cleverly believes he won't be alone for much longer and he's backed Barry's Lee Selby to join him. Selby burst on to the scene in 2011 when he became British and Commonwealth featherweight champion by knocking out the highly touted Stephen Smith and then domestic veteran John Simpson. "He has the potential to come as far as I have and push on now," Cleverly said "He's very talented and there's no reason why not, he's got the boxing abil...


Video Boxing News 6th February

TVAdmin | 06.02.12 05:10

In today's news, Jamie Arthur's manager vows to complain about the manor of the Welshman's defeat to Scott Quigg, Joe Murray is dissapointed in his weekend win and Rendall Munroe vows to continue his hunt for a world title.

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Hernandez beats Cunningham in re-match

TVAdmin | 06.02.12 12:53

Yoan Pablo Hernandez of Cuba has defended his IBF cruiserweight title with an unanimous points decision against Steve Cunningham in their rematch. The southpaw twice had Cunningham on the floor in the fourth round, but Cunningham managed to go the distance. In other news, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr has won a unanimous decision over fellow Mexican Marco Antonio Rubio to retain his WBC middleweight title in Texas. On the same card in the States, Nonito Donaire won his third world titl...


Jamie Arthur's manager to complain over referee

TVAdmin | 06.02.12 11:29

The manager of Jamie Arthur says he will complain to the British Board of Control after the Welshman was stopped in the eighth round of his title fight against Scott Quigg.  Quigg retained his British Super Bantamweight title with the victory over Jamie Arthur in Bolton but only after being knocked to the canvas himself. Arthur and his team claimed the fight was ended prematurely after the referee stepped in when he appeared to turn his back after being hit with a big body ...

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Quigg comes through first defence plus undercard details

Andrew Wake | 05.02.12 11:30

British super-bantamweight champion Scott Quigg is gearing himself up for a clash with emerging Irish star Carl Frampton. Quigg, 23, retained his title by stopping Welsh veteran Jamie Arthur in Bolton on Saturday night (February 4) and remains on course for a mouth-watering clash against the Barry McGuigan managed Commonwealth king. Bury's Quigg came through a tricky first defence forcing ref Mark Green to stop the contest when the challenger turned away after being hurt ...